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WNYGS February Meeting: “Using Artificial Intelligence for Genealogy” with Margaret M. McMahon, Ph.D.

AI has already been used in the realm of genealogy, with major success in indexing records as well as colorizing and animating photographs. Learn from a computer science, engineering and cybersecurity professor how AI products can assist you in your genealogical endeavors.

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WNYGS February Meeting: “Using Artificial Intelligence for Genealogy” with Margaret M. McMahon, Ph.D.
WNYGS February Meeting: “Using Artificial Intelligence for Genealogy” with Margaret M. McMahon, Ph.D.

Time & Location

Feb 17, 2024, 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM EST

Zoom Meeting (Online/Virtual)

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The Program:

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has already been used in the realm of genealogy, with major success in indexing records as well as colorizing and animating photographs. AI can also be your personal guide to learn about genealogical research, be your partner during your research, and help you to answer questions. Learn from a computer science, engineering and cybersecurity professor how AI products can assist you in your genealogical endeavors. Find out how to use AI in your research and writing, as well as its limitations. Products that are covered are: OpenAI ChatGPT, Google Bard, and text-to-speech AI.

The Presenter:

Margaret M. McMahon, Ph.D. (Computer Science and Engineering) has amassed decades of experience as a flight test and systems engineer, and as a professional educator, teaching graduate and undergraduate students. She researches, lectures, and writes about genealogy and military history. She graduated from ProGen Study Group 46. More information about Dr. McMahon, her lectures, her books, and reviews can be found at her website: https://aweekofgenealogy.com.

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